The reapers have returned from dark space. With Earth under attack and the mass relays in a state of chaos from refugees and the councils fleet engaging reaper forces the galaxy is a mess. The outcome is unknown, the warfare is devastating. The galaxy will never be the same.

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Chaoslord_ZX Dec 5 2012 says:

Oh wow, now that looks deadly.

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Lockerd Dec 5 2012 says:

Love it.

but like always I point out a wonder I have about cerberus cruisers.

Why do the ones in game look so much longer/thinner? Is it because of the inner flange hulls? what is it that makes my mind think that pic is longer?

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GethPlatform Dec 5 2012 replied:

It looks like the in-game model's main cannon stretches almost to the length of the wings.

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Runemaster117 Dec 6 2012 replied:

Its based on perspective, the diagonal angles that the deviant art picture shows make it seem like it is longer, the same way that looking down the barrel of a gun may make it seem a tad bit longer. if you look at the horizontal shot (2nd from the top left) then you can see it is indeed shorter than the angled shot right below it. Trick o' the eyes mate.

On another note, just started watching battlestar galactica again because of your profile picture Lockerd.

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Lockerd Dec 6 2012 says:

now i see what i have been seeing, you make the inner wing segment by the main hull the same size of an alliance one, but cerberus makes it thinner to distribute the outer wings evenly.

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